b"66 PRIMARY SOURCES IN AMERICAN HISTORY: ERASHistoryDefining Documents NEW! Spring 2022 Address to the Nation on Defense and National Securityin American History: March 23, 1983The 1980s(1980-1989) My fellow Americans, thank you for sharing your time with me tonight. DEFINING DOCUMENTS The United States witnessed major socioeconomic change in the 1980s.IN AMERICAN HISTORY The subject I want to discuss with you, peace and national security, is both timely and The final years of the Carter administration, plagued by the Iran hostage crisis and peace.The 1980s runaway inflation, caused many Americans to embrace a new conservatism socially, important. Timely, because I've reached a decision which offers a new hope for our children in the 21st century, a decision I'll tell you about in a few minutes. And important because there's a very big decision that you must make for yourselves. This subject involves the most basic duty that any President and any people share, the duty to protect and strengthen theeconomically, and politically, characterized by the policies of President Reagan. Both working-age Americans and affluent retirees flocked to the countrys southeast (1980-1989) and southwest Sun Belt regions resulting in a change in the political climate that At the beginning of this year, I submitted to the Congress a defense budget which reflects my best judgment of the best understanding of the experts and specialists who advise me about what we and our allies must do to protect our people in the years ahead. That budget is muchstrengthened conservatism in America. These volumes explore the conservative more than a long list of numbers, for behind all the numbers lies America's ability to prevent the greatest of human tragedies and preserve our free way of life in a sometimes dangerouspolitics and Reaganomics, new computer technology and a reshaped pop culture world. It is part of a careful, long-term plan to make America strong again after too manythrough documents that include: President Ronald Reagans Tear Down This years of neglect and mistakes. Wall speech in Berlin, Germany, June 12, 1987; excerpts from Justin McCarthys, Our efforts to rebuild America's defenses and strengthen the peace began 2 years ago when we requested a major increase in the defense program. Since then, the amount of thoseFear and Anxiety During the 1980s: AIDS Crisis, Computers from the 1980s, increases we first proposed has been reduced by half, through improvements in managementfrom The Peoples History; CDC Epidemiologic Notes and Reports, Pneumocystis and procurement and other savings. Pneumonia, and many more. Additional documents will cover such notable events The budget request that is now before the Congress has been trimmed to the limits of safety. Further deep cuts cannot be made without seriously endangering the security of the Nation.as Chernobyl, Exxon Valdez oil spill, Challenger Explosion, Iran Contra Affair, and The choice is up to the men and women you've elected to the Congress, and that means the choice is up to you.the Central Park Five. Each in-depth chapter provides a thorough commentary and analysis of each primary source document, often reprinted in its entirety. 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